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Neil SchwartzmanChief of DetectivesUnit 221B

Neil Schwartzman is a 30-year cyber-security veteran who has worked with Canadian, American and European law enforcement, bureaucrats and legislators create and implement policy, regulation and law. He wrote the first distributed email spam filter on the Internet, and discovered the mechanism that eventually became DMARC, the email industry certification standard. Neil Schwartzman was an appointed full member of the Canadian Ministerial Task Force on spam, where he helped draft and pass Canada’s Anti-spam Law, a strict regulatory framework that formed partial basis for Europe’s GDPR privacy régime. He has presented at the Council of Europe, the European Union, and Canadian Parliamentary Committee. His contributions to fighting Internet abuse were honoured when he was chosen to be the first-ever recipient of the Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group’s (M3AAWG.org) lifetime achievement award. He has presented and trained law enforcement professionals in Chile, Cambodia, South Africa, Kenya, Panama, France and Scotland. Neil is a founder and executive director of the Internet’s oldest end-user advocacy group, the Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email (CAUCE.org). Schwartzman lead Apple iCloud’s Mail and Messaging anti-phishing efforts for five years, prior to becoming Chief of Detectives at boutique cyber-investigation agency Unit 221B.

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